Data Analytics, Forecasting, and RPA (Robotic Process Automation) were some of the hottest topics in 2020 and continue to be so in 2021. Hear from your peers on what they learned in 2020 and what the profession expects in 2021 & beyond.
Agility continues to be a business imperative through this period of economic uncertainty and market disruptions. Now more than ever, finance teams need to be able to automate tasks to enable multidimensional scenario planning and run holistic what-if analysis so decision-makers have the ability to quickly respond and adapt to customer needs, competitive opportunities, and threats in the marketplace.
The importance of planning and forecasting to both prepare for unforeseen circumstances as well as to react to them is more important than ever. Now is the time to leverage cloud technologies to enable better informed strategic decisions to differentiate and elevate your business. Join us to learn how manufacturing companies coordinate their production and planning with Workday Adaptive Planning.
There is no better time for FP&A executives to lead the charge in leveraging data and analytics to inform critical decision-making. But with the volume of today’s complex data, how can your team more efficiently consolidate it and enable better insights? Join eCapital Advisors and Brian Kalish for a lively discussion focusing on the steps to empowering yourself, your stakeholders, and your business.
Join us for a deeper dive into how businesses are using Automation for repetitive business processes. Repetitive, structured business processes that drain resource time and require high accuracy are a great common first step into RPA. The ease of adopting RPA for structured processes paves the way for complex and strategic process automation across the business.
Agility continues to be a business imperative through this period of economic uncertainty and market disruptions. Now more than ever, finance teams need to have the ability to quickly respond and adapt to customer needs, competitive opportunities, and threats in the marketplace. If your models and forecasts don't reflect current (or real-time) data, then you're making decisions based on old information. You need the kind of agility that gives you the ability to anticipate change and plan for what’s next—or risk being left behind.